FUN CLUB FORMS AND INFORMATION
Tuition must be paid IN ADVANCE. All tuition payments are due the Thursday before the upcoming week of childcare, whether the child is present or not.
The Fun Club and the Office of Child Development staff are not responsible for reminding parents of their obligation to keep their account current and to make their timely tuition payments. Parents are responsible to ensure their account remains current at all times.
When your child will be absent from Fun Club for a full week, you may be eligible to receive tuition credit by using the Absence Notice form.
The following conditions must be met to receive credit:
Please refer to the 2013-2014 Fun Club Parent Handbook, page 16-17 for full disclosure on Absence Notice policies.
CHANGE OF CONTRACT
DEADLINE: The Monday before the week of change.
To alter an existing Enrollment Contract, a written Change of Contract is required. All Change of Contracts are due the Monday before the upcoming week of change. There is a $25 fee for all Change of Contracts and a $20 fee for all Change of Contracts received after the stated deadline.
A Change of Contract is required to:
Your Change of Contract can be faxed to the Office of Child Development at (909) 548-6090 or emailed to email@example.com.
Please refer to your 2013-2014 Fun Club Parent Handbook, page 17 for full disclosures on Change of Contract policies.
TERMINATION OF ENROLLMENT
DEADLINE: Two weeks before the final date of attendance.
To terminate your child's enrollment at the Fun Club, a Termination of Enrollment Contract must be completed. All notices must be received in writing the Monday before the upcoming week of termination--two full weeks in advance of your child's final attendance date.
The final two weeks of attendance must be paid at your contracted tuition rate. An Absence Notice will not be honored in lieu of or in combination with your termination notice in an effort to avoid your two full weeks' advance notice requirement.
Termination notices can be faxed to the Office of Child Development at (909) 548-6090 or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please refer to your 2013-2014 Fun Club Parent Handbook, page 18 for full disclosure on termination policies.
An Emergency Day is any non-contracted day or time of attendance. The Emergency Day fee is $35 per child, per Emergency Day.
Example 1: If you child's contracted days of attendance are Monday and Tuesday, but he/she comes on Wednesday also; Wednesday would be deemed an Emergency Day.
Example 2: If your child is contracted for 5-days after school only, but he/she comes to Fun Club before school on Monday; Monday before school would be deemed an Emergency Day.
You MUST contact the Fun Club PRIOR to using an Emergency Day. A child who shows up at the Fun Club without prior notification will be escorted to the school office.
Please refer to the 2013-2014 Fun Club Parent Handbook, page 18 for full disclosures on Emergency Day policies.
The Office of Child Development operates 3 state-subsidized Child Development Programs: Chino Children's Center, Libery & Newman Child Development Centers and Buena Vista Teen Parent Infant/Toddler Center.
The Chino Children's Center is a full day state preschool, for children 3-4 years old. The Children's Center is located on the Adult School Campus at 12970 Third Street, in the city of Chino.
The Child Development Center is a before/after and summer childcare and enrichment program for kindergarten thru 6th grade students. Child Development Centers are located on Newman and Liberty Elementary School campuses.
The Teen Parent Infant/Toddle Center is located at Buena Vista High School and provides early care and education for children of teen parents enrolled in and attending a CVUSD school. The center provides care for children 6 weeks to 3 years old.
Families must meet income and need criteria to qualify for the Chino Children's Center or the Child Development Program.
All Fun Club forms, including, Enrollment forms, Absence Notices, Change of Contracts and Termination Notices.
Enrollment forms must be submitted in person to the Office of Child Development. All other forms can be emailed or faxed to our Office upon completion.
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